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I must be in the minority, because I can't even watch scenes that include Yunhui, with or without Ujin. I find the character so repulsive. Maybe its the portrayal by the actress. Whatever! Of course they'll wind up together. I just don't know what a cool guy like Ujin sees in a sniveling, simpering girl.

I can't wait till this ones over.

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Maybe I like Teach because she gets to be with Ujin??? lol

I'm not in to any of the characters on this show. I like Lee Pilmo so much that I enjoy watching him no matter what. And since his character wants Teach... I want him to have what he wants!

But, I'm with you Smoochie.... can't wait for this one to end. Overall pretty disappointing.

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Nelda, if that's what you want, then I want it too. emoticon But, I wish they'd hurry up, because I don't know how much more of that silly girl I can take.

Soup guy's sister is acting the way a lot of sisters act when their only brother gets married, and especially when they are the only two siblings. I've seen it a lot in real life. The brother, sometimes oblivious, gets all wrapped up in his new wife and the sister feels left behind. Mostly if it was a close relationship to start with, its even harder for her. I've also noticed that its sometimes up to the sister to keep the relationship ongoing to some degree of closeness.

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class blockquote smoochie1 wrote:

I must be in the minority, because I can't even watch scenes that include Yunhui, with or without Ujin. I find the character so repulsive. Maybe its the portrayal by the actress. Whatever! Of course they'll wind up together. I just don't know what a cool guy like Ujin sees in a sniveling, simpering girl.

I can't wait till this ones over.
Touche smoochie1!!!!! right on!
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I think that the two newlyweds are adorable. She is turning out to be a very good wife and homemaker. She really wants to take good care of her husband. I was impressed with her attitude when she ran home to family for a check on her cooking. Sseems to be quite clear that Ujin and Teach are not related at all and she is not afraid to make that clear. Maybe she will be the one to cast some light on the matter to the rest of the family.

I liked the scenes when Ujin faced his parents and told them he was not brought up by them but by the maid/housekeeper. He also made it clear that he was not going to go away from the situation as his mother wanted. She is obviously not going to change his mind, and I am pleased to see that he is strong in his choices even tho he is sorry for all the commotion.

His conversation with Donghun(?) at the bar was good I thought. He was supported by his cousin and told to 'stick with it and ride it out.' this will be the only way I think.
I am waiting for the priest to weigh in with his opinions.
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This drama ends next weekend. Correction - this drama was extended to 62 episodes and should end here on September 11, 2011.

Ep 47 (Sat)

Yunhui has left home in the middle of the night. The family doesn‛t notice, thinking Yunhui is staying in her room out of embarrassment.

Deleted... class ul The Newlywed Lovebirds are having breakfast, but don‛t seem to invite Cheolsuk to join the meal. Cheolsuk throws a minor stomping fit. She goes as far as to forcefully seat herself in between the couple, instead of sitting at the other side of the table. War between the women...Ujin drags himself into the house—he has stayed out all night drinking. Hwayeong starts in and they have a major blowout. Ujin asks why his mother dislikes Yunhui so much: She didn‛t have parents; she is rootless; she is depressed; she is vulgar; her status is an embarrassment for the son of famous actress and scriptwriter; 'everybody' will mock Ujin marrying an orphan who has been raised for 13 years as his cousin. Ujin tells her he has worse conditions than Yunhui does—he was raised in a big, empty house by a housekeeper for 23 years, left for the States when she died, then wandered for 10 years. At least Yunhui was loved by her bio-parents and loved by her adoptive family, too. Hwayeong blows a gasket. Hwayeong is also devastated, not wanting to acknowledge that what her son is saying is true.

Donghun and Hyejin are getting along well these days. He drives her to the art gallery, her first day back at work. They talk openly in the car on their way, laughing and teasing one another. All is well.

At the gallery, Hyejin meets the new art director, a woman who is impressed by Hyejin‛s PhD from Paris.

The family discovers Yunhui has gone. When Dad arrives at the school, the principal asks what‛s going on—Yunhui came by early and handed in her resignation. Dad is shocked. At his desk, he sees Yunhui has left a letter for him. It is tear-stained and she apologizes for all that she‛s done after they raised her and loved her for all those years. She tells him she doesn‛t know what she should do, but leaving seems to be the only solution. She does not say where she is going.

Yunhui does not know where to go. She walks the streets crying, hails a cab and tells the driver to just start driving.

At Yeonghui‛s, she is crying and feeling sorry for herself. The director doesn‛t like her script and she‛s been re-writing it without sleep for several days. She talks with her co-worker guy on the phone, at the end saying she would date him if her situation were different. The guy freaks out, saying they are just work colleagues!

Meanwhile, out at the farm, Ki-chang‛s parents are reaming him about what he‛s doing there and why haven‛t they heard anything from his wife? He tries to make everything sound okay.

The eldest son is worried about his parents. He and Ki-chang have a nice talk while walking at night. The boy says he was uncomfortable when they first came to the country, but now he likes it, but he is concerned about getting behind his buddies in cram school, etc. His dad tells him not to worry about it. Son apologizes to his father for causing him trouble in the past.

Deleted... class ul Dad and three sons sit at the river at night, amazed at watching fireflies glowing all around them. They are all close, their hearts full with the beauty of the country night and nature—sights and feelings they‛d never have in the city. Nice scenes of the boys catching the fireflies in their cupped hands, seeing their glow, then releasing them. Ki-chang is beginning to feel sad about his marriage.Back at the main family, Dad was supposed to come home early to take his wife to the hospital for a checkup, but it is now late and no dad. Donghun comes running downstairs, on his way out. Dad has "called him out" he tells his mother and Granny.

In a tent bar, Dad is already drunk when Donghun arrives. He tells Donghun that Yunhui has left home. Dad's heart is broken over Yunhui. He says it is all his fault, he shouldn‛t have brought her home just because he felt sorry for her. Donghun tries to relieve his father of some of the guilt, saying it is his (DH‛s) fault, too, for not taking care of Yunhui better, that they are all family... she‛s not a stranger. Dad says he was selfish, he loved Yunhui and what a sweet loving child she was, that he brought her home because he wanted her... he didn‛t think about everybody else in his family. It was a mistake to interfere with her life, but he just felt so sorry for her and she was such a sweet, smart, hardworking child. Donghun takes Dad home, he is unable to walk. Donghun calls Ujin to come out... they need to talk.

Ujin, on his way out of his house, overhears his mother and father commiserating—she‛s been drinking all day long and is ranting and ranting.

At a tent bar, Donghun tells Ujin that Yunhui has gone. After scolding him a little, Donghun tells Ujin if he loves Yunhui he has to fight for this—it is the only way to solve it. Ujin is determined to find Yunhui.

Back at home, after putting Dad to bed, Mom goes outside the gate, waiting for Yunhui to come home. (At this point only Dad, Donghun, and Ujin know Yunhui has left home.)

Back at the farm, Ki-chang is getting "antsy"... maybe bored, maybe knowing he has to solve his family problem... probably both. Grandmother starts asking the boys about their mother. The middle son spills the beans by saying that his parents fight all the time, his mom always comes home at 2:30-3:00a, and is drunk. Back in the city, Yeonghui is rushing to get to the TV station, when the phone rings. It is her MIL, demanding that she come to the farm immediately if she doesn‛t want to be erased from the family registry and never see her sons again!

At the soup restaurant, more trouble between Cheolsuk and Myeonghui, who has put up ‛cutesy‛ signs and mail box.

Donghun tells the women in his family about Yunhui.

Ujin goes to the church looking for Yunhui. The nun tells him she hasn‛t been there, and that the Uncle is busy conducting mass for the next three hours. Just then Ujin spots someone looking like Yunhui entering the church. He runs after her like a bull in a china closet. He sees the woman going out a side door. The episode ends with Ujin frantically trying to get to her while others are trying to stop him from running through the church in such an inappropriate manner.
Fadeout...


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Smoochie1, I could not agree with you more.

In fact, this show has become just a bore. It is so tiring watching Yunhui cry, and now to watch Ujin cry and begging his mother whom he treated as a stranger when she went to the States to visit him. His excuse that she was not his mother was a poor excuse for his immature behavior. Without his parents, he would not be Ujin.

The show is full of immature and badly behaving characters. The young married couple should have more respect for the sister. It can be a very uncomfortable situation. The writer and her family add to the boring aspect of the show.

There is little to redeem the show which rather idiotic to begin with.

 
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Loved Ujin tonight. That Lee Pilmo can really get me crying. He can be so pitiful. ..... "I beg your pardon, I never promised you a rose garden".... Seriously?.... lol

Now that Teach's uncle (priest) knows the truth I hope he refuses to let an adoption take place.

Myeonghui (sp) sure was the voice of reason tonight. Starting to like that girl. I think granny was listening to her too. However, granny does see how Ujin and Teach being together can create more problems.

Ujin begging his mother for Teach was so sad. She couldn't stand it. Her son, on his knees, begging....not really for forgiveness, but for his mother to help him find Teach.


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nchristie: Do you mean that the drama ends next weekend in Korea? There are 62 episodes in all and from the website I'm watching it on (which has proven to be disappointing of late as they've fallen way behind on the subtitles) it will end in Korea next weekend (July 30/31).
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Apologies for the concluding date error. Thanks for the heads-up, Kdfancier.

As this drama was extended to 62 episodes, it is now scheduled to end here on Sunday, September 11, 2011.

As for Korea's schedule, they were at Ep. 60 on July 24.



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